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【 From Passion to Serenity】 - Picasso

The world of the mind is rich, colorful, complex, and ever-changing, much like his artistic career.

畢卡索
畢卡索

Pablo Ruiz Picasso


Birth:

October 25, 1881

Málaga, Kingdom of Spain

Death:

April 8, 1973 (aged 91)

Mougins, Alpes-Maritimes, France


Burial Place:

Château of Vauvenargues, Vauvenargues, Bouches-du-Rhône, France

Nationality:

Spanish




1. Picasso - Spirit of Innovation and Diversity:


Picasso was a pioneer of modern art and a major representative of Western modernist painting. His works encompassed various styles, including Cubism, Realism, and Surrealism. This exploration and experimentation with artistic styles reflect the diversity and innovative spirit of his inner world.


His oeuvre totals nearly 37,000 pieces, including paintings, drawings, prints, and other forms. This prolific nature also demonstrates his passion for art and inner drive.



Premiére Communion
Premiére Communion


La Vie
La Vie






Premiére Communion - 1896






















La Vie - 1903











Woman with comb
Woman with comb















Woman with comb - 1906



















The Weeping Woman
The Weeping Woman







The Weeping Woman - 1937











Niko Pirosmani
Niko Pirosmani








Niko Pirosmani - 1972















2. Picasso - Reflection and Critique of War:


Many of Picasso's works reflect his deep reflection and critique of war. For example, "Guernica" was created against the backdrop of the Nazi German air force bombing the Spanish town of Guernica, fiercely criticizing the disaster that war brings to humanity.


This reflection and critique of war also reveal the humanitarian spirit deep within Picasso and his profound concern for the fate of humanity.



 Guernica
Guernica




 Guernica - 1972




3. Picasso - Expression of Love:


Many of Picasso's works also express his profound understanding and emotions about love. For instance, "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon" is a tribute to youth and love.


Throughout different periods of his work, he showcased a pursuit of love and expression of emotions, reflecting his deep appreciation and yearning for love.



 Les Demoiselles d'Avignon
Les Demoiselles d'Avignon
 Les Demoiselles d'Avignon - 1907

4. Picasso - Inner Freedom and Independence:


Picasso's ever-changing and widely recognized painting style remained faithful to his inner freedom and independence. His works are filled with challenges to tradition and breaking rules. This spirit of inner freedom and independence is also a crucial part of his inner world.


With astonishing honesty and innocent creativity, his late minimalist style re-created the world with complete freedom, wielding his power at will. This spiritual pursuit is fully reflected in his artistic career.



Crouching Man
Crouching Man








Crouching Man - 1971










Picasso's inner world is rich and complex, encompassing a spirit of innovation, reflection on war, expressions of love, and an inner sense of freedom and independence. These elements together formed his unique artistic style and personal charm, taking him from passion to serenity and making him one of the greatest artistic geniuses of the 20th century.



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